Enrolment

If you've received and accepted an offer to study at ANU, there's just one more box to tick. Before joining our community of inspired minds, you need to formally enrol. Here you'll find everything you need to know about enrolling at ANU.

Class Summaries (formerly Course Outlines) »

What are Class Summaries and what information do they contain? Class Summaries (previously known as Course Outlines) provide detailed and...

Confirm your enrolment, degree or study-load »

You can download a letter confirming you are a current student, the degree you are studying, and whether you are studying on a full-time or part-time...

Consent to the Disclosure of Personal Information Process »

The university will never release any of your personal information without your written consent. What constitutes personal information (as per the...

Decisions made under the Awards Rules »

A number of decisions regarding your enrolment in your program are made under the relevant Awards Rules. These decisions can include: A decision not...

Defer an offer »

Deferring your offer means delaying the commencement of your studies in a specific program. This occurs if you receive an offer for a particular...

Di Riddell Student Centre »

The Di Riddell Student Centre, located in the university's Kambri precinct, is home to central student services on-campus. Student Central have been...

Enrol for the first time as a coursework student »

Need in-person help during Orientation Week? Visit the Student Help Centre in the Marie Reay Teaching Centre to be assisted by a staff member!  ...

Enrol for the first time as a non-award student »

Need in-person help during Orientation Week? Visit the Student Help Centre in the Marie Reay Teaching Centre to be assisted by a staff member!  ...

Enrol for the first time as a research student »

During enrolment and the period immediately following, we will formalise your details of candidature. Once formal enrolment is finalised, your...

Enrol for the first time as an online student »

New students must complete enrolment before the second teaching week in the semester, or by the last day to enrol in the course in a non-standard...

Enrol in fourth year Honours »

Students who have completed their undergraduate degree at ANU and are eligible to enrol into an Honours year will need to follow the instructions...

Finalising your Research Enrolment »

Once a student has accepted an offer of admission into a research program, they can proceed to finalising their enrolment. Students negotiate (with...

Haven't received your first password? »

We are very excited to welcome you to the Australian National University! We understand that some students may have encountered an issue accessing...

Overload your enrolment »

Overloading Students at the ANU can self-enrol into a maximum of 24 units (4 courses) per semester/half year session*. Your ISIS account will ...

Permission Codes »

What is a permission code? Do I need one? A permission code is a special code issued to you by a course convenor to allow you to enrol in a course. ...

Re-enrol »

Current and continuing coursework and non-award students must re-enrol themselves for each academic year by the appropriate deadline. Failure to meet...

Re-enrol in a research program »

Continuing research students will be automatically re-enrolled into their program. Research students should check ISIS in January of each year to...

Research coursework changes »

Research students can apply to add or drop a coursework course using the Manage My Degree eForm, via ISIS. It is recommended that you discuss your...

Student cards »

Collecting your student card during Orientation Week? Visit Student Central between 8am-6pm and make sure to bring photo ID (passport, driver's...

Swapping or dropping a course »

Most variations to your enrolment can be made using ISIS. Students seeking advice on how to add a course should refer to the Enrolment page for...